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what fourth wave?
The lede mentions a fourth wave of feminism, but I don't see one. Some people seem to have added the term as a moniker for what they're doing but I don't see a separate feminist ideology, strategy, or group identity as I do for the other three, largely generational. If we start naming new waves every couple of years or so the concept of wave will quickly become meaningless. There's too little to call it postfeminist. The term is redlinked, meaning there's no article for it. Unless someone is planning to write a Wikipedia article on it, I think I should remove that sentence from the lede, since the rest of the sentence doesn't seem to have any solid basis either. Thoughts? Thanks. Nick Levinson (talk) 03:58, 4 August 2010 (UTC)
the first sentence is POV
Post-feminism is a reaction against some of the contradictions and absences of second-wave feminism.
This sentence asserts that second-wave feminism has contradictions and absences, as opposed to the rest of the article which is scrupulous about attributing all claims about feminism to their authors rather than putting them in WP's voice. I'm going to replace "some of the" with "some perceived". -- 22.214.171.124 (talk) 20:36, 12 November 2010 (UTC)
Definition versus Examples
One thing I have noticed with this page is that under the subsection "The History of the Term," there are some contradictions. Some of the content is considered to be an evaluations of the postfeminist phenomenon (McRobbie, Gill, Faludi) versus other individuals who embody postfeminist ideology as examples of postfeminism." So I added the subheadings "Characteristics of postfeminism" as well as "examples of postfeminist work." I wasn't able to find who wrote the majority of this section to discuss motivations behind adding both together. ProfessorStanley (talk) 18:39, 29 May 2015 (UTC)
- Another thing to consider would be the consistent use of the term post-feminism versus postfeminism throughout the article. I changed it to be postfeminist since the majority of referenced scholars use the term postfeminist instead of the hyphenated version.ProfessorStanley (talk) 19:01, 29 May 2015 (UTC)
This article looked overall well written to me. All of the citation links that I clicked on worked, taking me to the corresponding source or website. All of the information on the page seemed relevant to the topic at hand, and I did not find any distracting or out of place information. Errandal (talk) 02:36, 11 October 2016 (UTC)